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FOUNDER & DIRECTOR

Graduating from the University of Auckland, NZ and armed with a passion for marketing, Eugenie is a multifaceted individual who is familiar with the many hats business owners need to wear.

"There's no point doing PR if it doesn't make sense right now," she says, and would be more than happy to share other marketing tactics that may be more effective, or help to conceptualise ideas, so there is a media worthy story you can leverage. Always with book in hand, or sharing an educationally inspiring video, she is continually learning and believes that effective communication inspires action.

A true people person who started chatting up strangers (to her parents horror) at the tender age of 5. Having worked both sides of the coin, she understands what a PR agency needs to deliver.

She leads a dynamic team she affectionately calls angels, and continues to build meaningful relationships with all whom she connects with.

Join us and dazzle into the future.
 

Connect on Linked-In     |     Speak to her at eugenie@suppagood.com

 

 

Our Sugar Fairy, Gina Robinson has no qualms when it comes to devouring a cookie but that ferocity is also seen in her work. Unyielding and elegant, Gina graduated from Lim Kok Wing University of Creative Technology in collaboration with Curtin University, with a Bachelors in Mass Communications and has traversed a surprising number of landscapes. From marketing, retail, dance and even property, Gina brings a fresh artistic flavour to her work and to our clients.

PR is about building relationships between people, Gina believes, and in turn whole-heartedly aims to cultivate that conversation between our clients and their audience, gluing them together like marshmallows in a smore.

Her title Sugar Fairy stems not only from her love of sugar and all things sweet but also reflects her fun, and approachable nature. Having been told once before that she ‘writes great emails’ Gina has grown into an effective communicator creating stories and unique angles in her pitches allowing her to express her creativity while centered in her objectives.

“PR and dance have a lot of similarities, choreographing movement, creating stories. You need to create something powerful that your audience will feel, understand and remember”

 

 

 
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A hybrid between a creative and logical thinker, Gordon believes that supporting figures and research are essential in the implementation of a PR campaign but creative ideas are also a crucial in creating a memorable presentation.

Graduating from the School of Arts in Sunway University affiliated with Lancaster University, UK, Gordon has a background in Mass Communication specialising in Advertising Design. 

Keeping abreast of market trends, Gordon analyses and studies them to pitch the best ideas to meet client expectations. His title Offbeat Comic stems from his unconventional way of thinking and infinitely entertaining personality.

His fun, loving and easily approachable nature have always been the spices that flavour the meal. Once part of a 24 piece Chinese Drum Team he will never miss a beat

"Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.”

 

 
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If there was one word to describe our Digital Alchemist, it would be curious. Constantly munching away at one book or another J-Han brings quick wit, humour and sometimes brownies to the table. 

Graduating with a degree in Mass Communications from INTI International College Subang Jaya in collaboration with the University of Hertfordshire,  J-Han has dabbled in almost all forms of media from film, design, broadcast radio , journalism and even event management. 

Always a fan of bad puns and armed with an arsenal of skills, his title Digital Alchemist is derived from his passion to create and reshape anything, whether it may be turning a passing thought into a full campaign or moulding a clients message into one that is simple, concrete and most importantly, effective.

“PR is so multidimensional that it’s hard to truly wrap your head around it but that elusiveness coupled with its evolutionary nature is what makes it equally terrifying and amazing”